Danny Koker

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Danny Koker
Born Template:5th January 1964
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Genres Christian
Occupation(s) Musician, singer, composer, conductor and arranger
Instruments Piano
Associated acts Cathedral Quartet

"Danny Koker" (Daniel Nicholas Koker I) is an American baritone vocalist and pianist who played with the Cathedral Quartet. He was born in Detroit, Jan 5th 1964. His parents, Mary and Stanko Koker of Yugoslavia. He was a musician, singer, composer, conductor and arranger in many quartets and bands such as: Foggy River Boys, Weatherford Quartet, The Cathedral Quartet, The Rex Humbard Family Singers and The Koker Family Singers. In 1989, he started up KFBT TV33 in Las Vegas, later becoming the WB affiliate. Danny was a Green Beret with the 10th Special Forces Group stationed in Bad Tulz, Germany, a hockey player for the U.S. Army, a baseball player and an avid automotive enthusiast. Koker also owns a television station in Las Vegas.


He is the father of Danny "The Count" Koker (Daniel Nicholas Koker II) featured in the History Channel reality TV show Counting Cars.

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